Question about Mercury Mystique
Posted by Anonymous on
Changing a switch is not an expensive nor extensive repair procedure. Even on your Merc, if I remember correctly, on the bottom back side from you is a small hole in the plastic cover that you can stick a bent straight paper clip into, with the switch in the proper position, maybe accessorie, and the paper clip will push a release button so you can pull the ignition switch right out. Don't let them get over on you friend. And putting in the new switch assembly is easier yet. just hold the assembly in the accessorie position and push it in. then turn it off and pull the key. You may have to call a locksmith to have a coded key made for it so it will start the car. I've gone to a scrap yard and pulled switches out in said manner. Takes a few seconds and out.
Posted on Jul 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
THe blend door seems to be stuck. When you change settings from defrost to floor air or, vent, the blend door opens and closes directing the air to the place you want it to go to. I have had some success spraying a lubricating oil such as WD40 under the dash on the blend door. You need to get under the dash with a flashlight to locate it. It looks like a flap. Spray it with a couple of shots of the WD40. Go easy on the spraying as you may be inhaling the fumes. Keep the doors and windows open to minimize the fumes. Wait about 1/2 hour and try the A/C functions. (defrost, floor, vent air)
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
SOURCE: POwer windows won't work
The drivers side relay is in the door, left of the speaker. I took my whole door apart because the window would go down but not back up. All I would hear is a clicking noise coming form the relay. Do you have the same problem?
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
it could be the engine coolant sensors on the thermostat housing it controls the fans when they work if your sensor is out you can unplug the sensor while running the motor and if they turn on after a moment(the fans)then the sensor is bad if not make sure your fans work by jumping power to them 12volt
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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Might be the Resistor pack located close to the blower. Could be under the dash or under the hood, but always close to the blower itself. Usually has a flat connector with 4 or 5 wires, and two small screws holding in the duct. It may be a crispy critter. It happens... The blower moves air across it to keep it cool. The blower motor may be bad as well, or possibly the fan speed switch. May very well be the fuse for the blower as well. The blower connector may be loose. Let me know what you find.
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